List of winners of 2013 Cinemalaya indie film fest

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MANILA, Philippines—Following is the complete list of winners of the 2013 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, which ended Sunday night:

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Directors’ Showcase Award

Best Film—“Sana Dati”

Special Jury Prize—“Ekstra”

Best Director—Jerrold Tarog (“Sana Dati”)

Best Actor—None

Best Actress—Vilma Santos (“Ekstra”)

Best Supporting Actor –TJ TrinidaD (“Sana Dati”)

Best Supporting Actress—Ruby Ruiz (“Ekstra”)

Best Screenplay—Zig Dulay, Antoinette Jadaone and Jeffrey Jeturian (“Ekstra”)

Best Editing—Pats R. Ranyo (“Sana Dati”)

Best Cinematography—Mackie Galvez (“Sana Dati”)

Best Production Design—Ericson Navarro (Sana Dati”)

Best Original Music Score—Jerrold Tarog (“Sana Dati”)

Best Sound—Roger TJ Ladro (“Sana Dati”)

A promo photo of 2013 Cinemalaya best film (Directors’ Showcase) winner “Sana Dati” PHOTO BY HUB PACHECO TAKEN FROM FACEBOOK.COM

New Breed Award

Best Film—“Transit”

Special Jury Prize—“Quick Change”

Special Jury Citation—Ensemble for “Transit”

Best Direction—Hannah Espia (“Transit”)

Best Actor—Mimi Juarez (“Quick Change”)

Best Actress—Irma Adlawan (“Transit”)

Best Supporting Actor—Joey Paras (“Babagwa”)

Best Supporting Actress           —Jasmine Curtis Smith            (“Transit”)

Best Screenplay—Eduardo Roy Jr. (“Quick Change”)

Best Editing—Benjamin Tolentino and Hannah Espia (“Transit”)

Best Cinematography—Ber Cruz and Lyle Nemenzo Sacris (“Transit”)

Best Production Design—Roy Red (“Rekorder”)

Best Original Music Score—Mon Espia (“Transit”)

Best Sound—Michael Idioma (“Quick Change”)

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Best Film—“The Houseband’s Wife”

Best Direction—“Onang”

Special Jury Prize—“Taya”

Special Citation—“Sa Wakas”

Best Screenplay—“The Houseband’s Wife”

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